Colette Moses Towel Bar September 08th, 2018 - 02:30:02
Towel bar out of pipes, so I can hang shelves and towels a decor over top of the tile. I love how it allows me to have shelving or other accessories over top of my tile walls. It's really easy to the mine's a corner bar but doing just a straight run is even simpler. I started with 24 inch and 48-inch long pipe nipples and used a tee at the corner and street elbows and floor flanges at the ends after I fit my pipes together. I lay them out and measured and cut 1 by 6 boards to be a little longer than the pipes.
You can always cut shorter, but you can't go longer if you cut too short. I attach the two boards together with screws on the back side because my corner needs a little extra support. I threaded a bushing into the open end of the corner tee and marked where this hits the boards. When installed, then I drill a hole to match the bushing in the board about a half inch deep. The bushing will fit in here to keep the corner from sagging. Then I stain the wood.
It's just one coat of rust-ileum early-American. The next day I screwed the flanges to the wood with 3/4 long screws. Now it's ready to hang I found and Mark the studs in the wall. Then I mark the wood back where the studs are located and screwed it all to the wall and here's the finished shelving system. I absolutely love it. It adds just the right amount of industrial charm to this tiny bathroom.
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